JV’s 55-34 victory over Fusion attributed to defense and passing

  The Terrier Junior Varsity traveled to Lambert on Tuesday afternoon, October 8, to play the Richey/Lambert Fusion. From the opening drive the Terriers established their passing game, driving 51 yards for the score.  The Terriers never trailed in the game and ended with a 55 to 34 victory.

The offense was that spread passing game that Terrier fans should be familiar with, generating 284 yards in the air. The rushing attack netted another 207 yards off of quarterback live plays.  
Scoring for the Terriers was as follows: Justin Kinn 4 passing TDs, 4 extra point passes; Trevin Schroeber 1 rushing TD, 1 punt return TD, 1 kick return TD, 1 extra point rushing, 1 extra point receiving; Dylan McCulley 4 TDs receiving, 1 rushing, 1 extra point receiving; Austin Kountz 1 extra point receiving; Zak Gierke 1 extra point receiving.
Defensive stats are limited because we were short handed at the game, but Zak Gierke and Austin Kountz both had big games, each logging a sack. The team as a whole played tough defense, hitting hard and hustling to the ball. The following had one or more tackles: Austin Kountz, Trevin Schroeber, Travis Shannon, Zak Gierke, Lane Stickel, Connor Self, Dylan McCulley Justin Kinn and Colt Carpenter.
Special teams were vastly improved this game, giving us good field position and even scoring for us twice, good job Terriers.

Published October 23, 2013

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